Artist: Avital Geva
Title: Music, Ants, Sewage Pipes
Item No: 1271
Technique: Marker on paper
Year: 2013
Size: 29.7x21 cm
Signed:
Price: 4,600₪

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Biography:

 

Born in 1944

Lives and works in Israel

 

Exhibition
 

2012  Solo exhibition "Experiment with Books and Space",
         Contemporary by Golconda, Tel Aviv
2005  "Here Comes The Sun" group exhibition, Stockholm 
2004  "Music in Tubes", group exhibition, Bezalel Academy
         of Arts and Design, Jerusalem
1999-2003  Sewage pipes, fringe art
1998  Group exhibition at The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for
         Contemporary Art
1997  Group exhibition at Tel Aviv Museum of Art
1996  Solo exhibition at Kunsthall, Düsseldorf
1993  Israel's representative in Venice Biennale
1980  "Borders" group exhibition at the Israel Museum of art, Jerusalem
1978  "Artist – Society – Artist" group exhibition at Tel Aviv Museum
          of Art and at Ha'kibbutz Israeli Art Gallery
1974  Solo exhibition at The Jerusalem Artists House
1973  Solo exhibition at the Yodfat Gallery, Tel Aviv
1973  Initiating and producing environmental art in cooperation with
          scientists and teachers from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design,
          Jerusalem in Hadera stream
1973  Group exhibition at the House Gallery, London
1972  Initiating the "Metzer Project" with a group of artists such as
          Moshe Gershuni and Micha Ullman
1971  "Concept + Information" group exhibition at Israel Museum
         of art, Jerusalem
1970  "Autumn Salon" group exhibition at The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion
         for Contemporary Art
1970  "5 Rooms", The Jerusalem Artists House
1970  "3 km Music" Solo exhibition at the Israel Museum of art, Jerusalem


Education

1970 Graduates Avni Institute of Art and Design

 

Teaching

1970  Teaching art at Technion Israel Institute of Technology
1972-1974  Teaching art at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem
1971-1979  Teaching art at Mevoot Eron school 
Developing research
                   hothouse and art teaching in schools around Israel

 
 
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